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French Festivities Foodies should flit over to IFC’s The French Window (yes—it’s finally open!) for a dose of extra special modern French cuisine for the holidays. Crafted by award-winning consultant chef Justin Quek and the restaurant’s head chef, the young and talented...
Dec 11 2009 - 12:00am
“When I first encountered Hong Kong’s trams, slowly chugging along, I felt like they didn’t look like it was part of Hong Kong, which to me, was ultra fast-paced and modern. The contrast attracted me.” – Yvon Choi There’s never been a coffee table book dedicated...
Dec 11 2009 - 12:00am
The three-day event included competitions in gift-wrapping, chimney climbing, porridge eating and reindeer racing in minus-22-degree temperatures. He talks to Steven Ho. HK Magazine: First, congratulations on winning the competition. What do you think set you apart from the other Santas? Jim Chan:...
Dec 11 2009 - 12:00am
Shabbanukkah Shabbat dinners and menorah lighting (bring your own!) organized by The United Jewish Congregation of Hong Kong. Early family dinner begins at 6pm while a second dinner round is hosted at 8pm, both in the JCC Coffee Shop. Shalom. RSVP required for all services. Adults $125, children $...
Dec 11 2009 - 12:00am
Yep, Christmas is a big time of year for beauty and cosmetics brands, with many of them pulling out all the stops to repackage their signature products as sparkly festive packs that are fail-safe gift options for just about anyone. Here are some of the best. Choc-a-block Not content with merely...
Dec 4 2009 - 12:00am
With the holidays just around the corner, everyone’s in the mood for something a little indulgent. So take full advantage of the festive season with the sumptuous selection of yummy holiday goodies the town has to offer. Michelin Approved What better way to ring in the festive cheer than with...
Dec 4 2009 - 12:00am
On Saturday Nov 28, at 8:30pm, Lan Kwai Fong Bar will host an event where six gay men will vie for the first ever Mr. Gay Hong Kong title. Motivation? The winner gets a one-year modeling contract with Model Management, a cover shoot for gay mag Dim Sum, a year’s worth of free grooming from...
Nov 20 2009 - 12:00am
There’s good reason to be skeptical of hub talk in Hong Kong. We’ve heard endlessly from the government about the city being a logistics hub, a financial hub, an IT hub, an electronics hub, a film-financing hub, a creative industries hub, and plenty of other hubs. Most of these claims...
Oct 30 2009 - 12:00am
“Diversity is the one word I would use to describe the upcoming Arts Festival,” says Grace Lam, program director of the 38th Hong Kong Arts Festival. “We are bringing the best of the best to Hong Kong, combining our traditional Chinese roots with contemporary aspects of the...
Oct 30 2009 - 12:00am
Has it been a year already? Didn’t you put your Heath Ledger Joker costume away just last weekend? Fret not, we’ve checked to find the most frightful happenings around the city on October 31. Get your costumes ready. Parties in Central Rehab? If you’re more interested in spending...
Oct 22 2009 - 11:00pm